WorkCare is the concrete answer developed by Copernico and Progetto CMR to respond to the requests of companies that need to rethink and manage workplaces.
Actually, starting from Phase 2, the workplace must not only be safe in compliance with the new regulations, but also welcoming, stimulating and dynamic.
These aspects have been addressed with a multidisciplinary methodology moving on three main areas: Physical, Psychological, Relational.
How to manage physical spacing? What impact will it have on the use of workspaces? Which improvement for plants? These are the questions that many companies are asking themselves facing the restarting of activities, rescheduling business, changing human resources management.
To answer these questions, a “task force” addressed several issues with a multidisciplinary methodology. Moving on three main areas – Physical, Psychological, Relational – to offer effective solutions on workplace management and to make a contribution to strategic business plans after the covid-19 pandemic.
WorkCare represents a guide to support companies in this evolving scenario and helps to create the best logistic and social conditions suitable for a safe working.
“Covid-19 has a huge impact, not only in terms of the economic crisis. It has changed the way we communicate and collaborate. Copernico believes in the network and sharing values as a lever for growth, for this reason we must create the best conditions for responsible and safe economic development. Returning to work is a necessity and a right, allowing you to return safely is a duty “– declares Pietro Martani, founder and CEO at Copernico. – “Keywords such as trust and responsibility, already typical of smart working, in the current scenario become even richer in meaning and will be essential for people to return to living in places designed to facilitate people in fulfilling their job functions in total. wellbeing and sense of safety. The partnership with Progetto CMR goes precisely in this direction: to enable people and companies to exercise their right to work“.
Arch. Massimo Roj, CEO at Progetto CMR adds: “Workplaces are urban micro-cosmoses in continuous evolution, which reproduce the city dynamics. The way people interact and live spaces is changing: our challenge is re-thinking the workspaces so that they are able to respond to the multiple needs dictated by this extraordinary historical moment. Today more than ever a new, dynamic, integrated, multidisciplinary approach is fundamental and for this reason we are happy and proud to work with Copernico to share the same goal: to create high value spaces around people’s dreams and expectations”.